Missing Beaumont Children: SAPOL To Dig The Sink Hole at McIntyre Road, Stansbury
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In January 1966 Jane, Arna, and Grant Beaumont disappeared from Glenelg Beach South Australia . Despite multiple leads and millions of dollars spent on the investigation police have never uncovered any evidence of what happened to the Beaumont children. Now there is evidence that should be investigated.
Andrew McIntyre has provided a statement to S.A police naming his father, Max McIntyre and a family friend Anthony Munro as having detailed knowledge of what happened to the Beaumont children. Andrew McIntyre states that he was supposed to go to Glenelg Beach with his father and Munro on the day the children disappeared but he was told to stay at home at the last minute . Andrew McIntyre says that several hours later his father Max McIntyre and Anthony Munro drove back to the house , both agitated and visibly upset. Andrew says that he saw blood and sand in Munro's car . Andrews sister Ruth Collins provided a statement to police stating that she saw bodies of children in the boot of the car.
Andrew states that a couple of weeks after the disappearance a sinkhole on Max McIntyre's property at Stansbury in South Australia was filled in. Aerial footage actually confirms that this occurred at around this time.
In June 2017 Anthony Munro was convicted of serial sex offending against Andrew McIntyre dating back to the mid 1960s. This prosecution was based on a further statement provided by Andrew McIntyre. Anthony Munro pleaded guilty to the charges without challenging Andrew McIntyre's version of events . Andrew McIntyre's evidence was accepted by the South Australian District Court as truthful and factual.
Adding further credibility to Andrew McIntyre's recollection of that time is the recent discovery of a diary titled "Marine Salvage and Exploration Group " detailing the trips that the author of the diary and Andrew McIntyre took with Munro around the time The Beaumont Children went missing. The diary corroborates statements made by Andrew McIntyre detailing the abuse he suffered by Munro. More importantly, it places Anthony Munro, a well known pedophile who has recently been convicted of sex crimes dating back to the 1960s as a regular at Glenelg Beach around the time the Beaumont children went missing.
Andrew McIntyre believes that the bodies of the Beaumont children are buried in the sinkhole on his fathers property at Stansbury South Australia. This belief is not only based on the timing of the filling in of the sinkhole, but other information that has been provided to SAPOL.
Max McIntyre died in June 2017. Before his death he stated, on recorded video, that he had knowledge of what had happened to the Beaumont children . The South Australian Police have to date shown no interest in excavating the sinkhole to pursue what is the most compelling evidence to have emerged in the 50 year old investigation.
We call on the South Australian Police to follow up on the evidence provided by Andrew McIntyre and to dig up the sinkhole on Max McIntyre's property in Stansbury in South Australia . Andrew McIntyre's statement to police has found to be truthful and credible by the South Australian District Court. His statement on the Beaumont children should be properly investigated.
We ask you to please sign this petition to have the South Australian Police commence digging and excavating the location of this sinkhole on Max McIntyre's property at Stansbury. Andrew McIntyre can identify the location on the property.
In over 50 years South Australian Police have not uncovered any new evidence . The corroborated statements of Andrew McIntyre are the biggest lead so far in the investigation. The disappearance of the Beaumont children is an Australian tragedy . SAPOL should be following up every lead to try to solve this case and commence digging immediately.
We ask you to sign our petition and share it in the hope we can find these 3 children and return them to their loving family.
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